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Apr 9, 2010 12:30am EDT
of virginia, someone who ran as a pragmatist, someone who is leaving behind his hard conservative origin, he just issued a proclamation for confederate history month. he was actually trying to avoid controversy, and it was not written in the inflammatory way george allen did a decade ago, but running through the proclamation, it completely take for granted that all of virginia in 1861 was white. all of virginia was for secession, and all of virginia was fighting for a self-ruled. that is not true. a third of virginia was black. much of virginia was loyal to the union, and they were fighting to on other people. if you have someone for whom that history was more than they had read in the book, we would be having a firestorm with the republican party had immolated its own hopes of building a bigger base. bob macdonald should have had a big carrier in politics. he has done himself a lot of harm, not out of malice, but out of blindness, and that is why someone like michael steele is really necessary, not as a racial thing. if you are the democratic party and everyone in leadership is a school tea
Apr 28, 2010 12:00am EDT
with a democrat from west virginia -- co-authored. it is not on the priority list. tavis: can cyber war peace talks or responded to aggressively? >> -- can cyber war be talked about? >> when we started doing that people told us it was too hard, you could not verify it. it is too complicated to negotiate. now they are saying the same thing about cyber arms, but the government has to stop opposing cyber on control and be willing to sit down with experts and say we will put some things off- limits. we will say cyber war should not be used to attack civilians. tavis: are we so far behind that is a matter of if and not when with regard to as being hit? >> if any country finds a reason to go to war with us, like iran might, we will be hit and we are not ready. people will ask why we are not able to defend ourselves. tavis: which is why we are reading "cyber war" by richard clarke. good to have you back on the program. up next, judy collins. stay with us. tavis: please welcome judy collins to this program. she is one of the most popular folk artists with songs like "amazing grace." in june she will
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